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AHL Game Night: 1-25-14 Crunch at Bears

Syracuse's playoff hopes continue to dim.


Cedrick Desjardins allowed 3 goals on 26 shots for the loss. At least 1 of those goals was one he might like to have back. Now's a tough time not to get your best goaltending.

First Period
HER Brouillette, (6) (Stoa, Strachan), 16:43
SYR Paquette, (12) (Panik, Witkowski), 17:22

Second Period
SYR Richard, (1) (Paquette), 6:13 (PP)
HER Latta, (5) (Schilling, Oleksy), 17:09

Third Period
HER Latta, (6) , 12:28

Richard Panik made his season debut for Syracuse and was fairly dangerous throughout. Unfortunately, he also got his clock cleaned on a hit crossing the opposing blueline in the Second Period, which led to the game devolving into a pretty nasty brawl-fest. One silver lining is that Tanner Richard scored his first pro goal in the process.

Unfortunately, for the moment, Syracuse has fallen 9 points out of 8th in the Eastern Conference. Things do not look good right now, and they could not afford to give 4 points to Hershey like they have the past 2 nights. The Bears are currently in 9th in the conference 8 points ahead of the Crunch and are one of the teams Syracuse needs to climb over.

Bridgeport is next up tomorrow.

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NCAA Game Night: 1-24-2014

Harvard Crimson 3 @ No. 3 Union Dutchmen 4

F Brian Hart, HAR: 1-0-1, E, 2 PIM, 5 SOG
Season totals: 19 GP, 2-7-9, -4, 14 PIM
2012-2013 totals: 29 GP, 4-13-17, +1, 10 PIM

Hart’s second goal of the season cut Union’s lead to 3-2 mid-way through the third period, but the Dutchmen scored about a minute later to regain the 2-goal advantage and defeat the Crimson.

Miami RedHawks 1 @ Colorado College Tigers 4

F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
Season totals: 20 GP, 1-6-7, +4, 21 PIM
2012-2013 totals: 38 GP, 6-8-14, E, 14 PIM

Miami continues to struggle, this time losing to Colorado College on the road. Miami cut a 3-0 lead to 3-1 at 19:14 of the third period, but the Tigers scored an empty netter to eliminate any hope of a comeback.

No. 18 North Dakota 4 @ No. 16 Denver Pioneers 2

F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-2-2, +1, 3 SOG
Season totals: 16 GP, 3-4-7, E, 6 PIM
2012-2013 totals: 29 GP, 2-8-10, E, 20 PIM

O’Donnell had two points and his linemate, Michael Parks (Flyers), had a goal and an assist to lead UND to a road win in Denver.

No 5 St. Cloud State Huskies 1 vs No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers 4

G Adam Wilcox, MIN: Win, 38 saves on 39 shots, *First Star*
Season totals: 21 GP, 17-2-3, 1.97 GAA, .931 sv%, 2 SO
2012-2013 totals: 39 GP, 25-8-5, 1.88 GAA, .921 sv%, 3 SO

The top-ranked Gophers secured a berth in the North Star College Cup Finals with a 4-1 win over No. 5 SCSU on Friday night. The tournament is being held in St. Paul. The Gophers will play Minnesota-Duluth in the championship. Adam Wilcox was First Star, stopping 38/39 shots. Wilcox is in the top-10 in the nation in wins, GAA, and save percentage. (M. Christians photo via CHN)

*USCHO poll used

NA Juniors Game Night: 1-24-2014

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Chicoutimi Sagueneens 1 @ Halifax Mooseheads 4

C/W Jonathan Drouin, HAL: 0-3-3, +2, 0 PIM, 4 SOG, 0 Hits, 12/25 FO
Season totals: 28 GP, 18-47-65, +27, 32 PIM
2011-2012 Season: 49 GP, 41-64-105, +48, 32 PIM

Drouin added three more assists to his season point total, giving him 15 points in his last five games.

Ontario Hockey League

Windsor Spitfires 5 @ Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 2

D Slater Koekkoek, WSR: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM
Season totals: 44 GP, 11-26-37, +35, 30 PIM
2012-13 totals: 42 GP, 6-23-29, -24, 28 PIM

Windsor scored a huge road win over a powerful Greyhounds squad, 5-2.

Defensive Lapses Doom Crunch in Loss to Bears

By Jeremy Houghtaling

After a 4-1 loss to the Hershey Bears, Syracuse Crunch coach Rob Zettler was searching for answers.

The Crunch defense had lapses that hung goalie Kristers Gudlevskis out to dry and the offense -- despite having a 30-25 advantage in shots -- struggled to find traction against the Bears at the Onondaga County War Memorial Friday.

"Maybe it was four or five days between games, I don't know what it was," Zettler said. "We seemed flat. Maybe it was practices. I don't know, I have to look at it and I need to do a better job of getting these guys prepared."

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